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west cork Tag

This morning we visited the Drombeg Stone Circle as part of the current West Cork photo workshop. I always love the shadows of the stones when the rising sun meets the stone circle....

In spring the Bluebells provide an extra touch of colour to the enchanted forest of Castlefreke....

During the week we went to Knockdrum Ringfort from where we had a wonderful views over Castlehaven Bay and Toe Head....

Yesterday we visited Coosacuslaun Bay on the Mizen Peninsula as part of the current West Cork photo workshop. The photo conditions were simply perfect....

The ivy-covered ruin of St Matthew's Church is situated on the site of the old Aughadown Graveyard. It is said that there was already a church at the estuary of Ilen River in medieval times, but no traces of it remains today....

During the West Cork photo tour last week we hiked along the cliffs of Toe Head. With the perfect lighting conditions and stormy waves, the workshop participants (bottom right in the picture) enjoyed excellent photo opportunities. Click here if you interested in an one-to-one photography workshop...

My photo workshop in West Cork started this evening. As the sun was hiding behind the clouds at Galley Head, long exposures were a suitable technique to create exciting landscapes despite the lack of light....

Along the Irish west coast a spectacular sunset is not uncommon even on "grey days". This photo was taken a week ago at Baltimore Beacon, one of West Cork's major landmarks....

This photo of Cloonee Lough (Upper) was taken during a photo workshop on the Beara Peninsula....

On the departure day of my photography workshop on the Beara Peninsula in early September the Irish meteorological service Met Éireann predicted constant rain. At first it looked as if the weather prophets in Dublin were right. But once again it turned out differently as the...